Black Onyx was a favorite in the mourning jewelry of England's Mid-Victorian Period. The jewelry of this period was often melancholy and reflected the monarch's sadness at the loss of her beloved Prince Albert. Additionally, it is a protective stone that is both timeless and modern.
A stunning cuff link to ring conversion circa 1910 with a beautiful sleek shank, this ring drips sophistication with diamonds all set in platinum over a sugarloaf onyx stone.
Materials and Features: platinum, .21ctw of diamond, onyx, 14k shank
Age/Origin: Art Nouveau, c. 1910
Measurements: Size 7, 3.4 grams
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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